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VPVollpension (German: full board)
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VPVilla Park (Orange County, California)
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VPValor Points (gaming)
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VPVerb Phrase
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VPVolkspartei (People's political party)
VPVillage People (disco artist)
VPVasopressin
VPVanden Plas (British Leyland luxury car)
VPVariable Pressure
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VPValue Partners
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VPValkyrie Profile (video game)
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VPVentura Publisher
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VPVocal Percussion (musical technique)
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VPValidation Phase
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VPVoice Privacy
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VPVentricular Peritoneal
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VPViewing Point (UK)
VPVeeshan's Peak (Everquest 2 computer game)
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VPVirtual Personalities
VPValidation Prototype
VPVoiding Pressure
VPVenezuela Project (Venezuela)
VPVerbal Prompt (early education)
VPVojna Policija (Croatian: Military Police)
VPVanuaaku Party (Our Land Party, Vanuatu)
VPVolontaire du Progrès (French: Volunteers for Progress)
VPVoice Procedure (radio communications)
VPVisitor Protection (National Park Service; designates armed park ranger position)
VPPlatform Velocity
VPVita Patris (Latin: in Father's Lifetime)
VPVapautus Palveluksesta (Finnish: relieved from service)
VPVirtual Packet
VPViet Pride
VPVenereal Pamphlet (US Navy)
VPVertical Planning
VPSeaplane Patrol Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used in 1922)
VPValerio Polverini (Italy graphic design agency)
VPVenta a Plazos
VPFixed Wing Patrol Squadron
VPVariance Propagation
VPVisibility Period
VPViewer's Pick
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Ventriculoperitoneal (VP) shunt is a very commonly performed neurosurgical procedure in paediatric population to treat hydrocephalus caused by infections, venous thrombosis, spina bifida or genetic disorders.
Laparoscopic assessment of a migrated ventriculoperitoneal shunt into an inguinal hernia.
After bowel cleansing, 6 did not need shunt revision, suggesting that constipation should be routinely addressed in children with ventriculoperitoneal shunts.
Keywords: Metastatic tumours, hydrocephalus, endoscopic third ventriculostomy, ventriculoperitoneal shunt, CSF diversion.
KEYWORDS: Hydrocephalus, Aqueductalstenosis, Ventriculoperitoneal shunt.
A ventriculoperitoneal shunt and medical treatment for tuberculosis were performed without invasive brain biopsy.
Fourteen days earlier, the child had undergone ventriculoperitoneal (VP) shunt surgery.
He had a placement of a ventriculoperitoneal shunt when he was a child.
Una vez que el diagnostico de NPH es debidamente establecido, el abordaje de la enfermedad puede darse segun dos tipos de intervencion, derivacion ventriculoperitoneal o ventriculostomia endoscopica.
Surgical intervention in the form of repeated tapping through burr holes, suboccipital decompression, lateral and third ventriculostomy (open or endoscopic), ventriculo-subarachnoid and ventriculoperitoneal shunts (VPS) may sometimes be needed [3] since performing shunt surgery showed beneficial effects.
Rodriguez and the Committee are presently developing G-tube education and expanding the program to central lines, ventriculoperitoneal (VP) shunts, and other medical devices.